Standing at the Cebu I.T. Park gateway, Cebu Exchange will be the Philippines’ largest multi-certified green office tower with approximately 11 hectares of office gross floor area along with five stories of premier retail along Salinas Drive.
For UnionBank, Cebu has continued to evolve into a strategic growth-engine for the entire country. With digital transformation rapidly happening throughout the archipelago, the bank wants to remain at the forefront to service growing business needs – whether digital or physical – to deliver its goal of inclusive prosperity for all Filipinos.
One key element it has found at Cebu Exchange is its capacity to optimally support ”phygital” initiatives, so that brands and enterprises can effectively execute newer consumer-focused marketing – blending smart ”digital” experiences within an interactive ”physical” location. To illustrate this point, Cebu Exchange’s fiber optic-pathways are designed to provide tenants like UnionBank with uninterrupted, high-speed data connection that is critical to the seamless operations of their trailblazing ARK digital branch.
Cebu Exchange is scheduled for completion and handover of Phase 2 on April 2022 and is already a multi-certified development. It was awarded Best Commercial Landscape Architectural Design at the 2019 PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards, and the Best Office Development in the 2018 PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards.
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